In year three and after, the free sheet music for piano on this site stretches pianists' abilities.
More technique is required, with the use of chord inversions, thicker textures in the melodies, and stretched hand positions.
Additionally, note reading strays far outside the two octaves around Middle C.
While much of this page's music is aimed at older students, some of it is easy enough for younger children who have been with you for a while.
A poem by Scottish poet Robert Burns.
A tender love song, saying farewell.
This is a beautiful song that sounds elvish in its harp-like restraint.
Full of broken chords. Lovely.
An amazingly pretty theme, with a left hand pattern that allows students to practice shaping the rise and fall of phrases.
A few right hand ornaments add style to the melody.
A hypnotic melody with a repetitious right hand and left hand.
Reading the high notes - and the bass clef notes - is perhaps the biggest initial challenge of this lovely piece.
There are a lot of ways to use this fun song with the silly lyrics.
You don't have to be tied to the left hand chords as written... my students like mixing up the descending single-note bass line with the triad chords.
Yes, this is a cowboy song!
Some of your students will love this.
It is very short, but very pretty.
Three versions in several keys:
This little piece is a simplified arrangement of the original by T. Van Oesten. It does have a bit of an ominous sound!
This is very lovely, and parents love it.
Not very easy, in spite of the repetitious chord patterns.
Looking for a "big work" for your musical group? Perhaps something akin to a musical or light opera, but way less labor-intensive?
Or maybe your girls want to sing a Bible story that's not about a guy!
If perhaps you have a student who just loves a good story, told with drama, then check out this 57-page musical retelling of the story of Esther, a true-life hero in her day!
A famous and ominous melody.
There are several arrangements on this page, including a very easy one.
Listen to the videos on this page - there are very few melodies as lovely as this one!
Now with an easier piano arrangement, in the key of Am!
Several versions of Goober Peas on this page.
This is an important piece in my studio, for beginning with big left hand broken chords.
When students start gaining the coordination to use broken chords, they are ready for this amazing piece.
And, it's pretty too!
Several arrangements of this famous piece on this page.
Lyrics on page two.
This famous music is from Grieg's "Peer Gynt Suite," from which we also have the well-known "Morning Song."
This is an exciting arrangement!
Depending on the age of your student, this song will be a challenge with its rapidly moving left hand and small chord inversions (page 2), or, if your student is older, it will be a refreshing break from harder music, while retaining a few challenges. Either way, this is a fun piece of music!
Another very beautiful piece.
This has a singable melody and flowing left hand chords.
This is the kind of piece that students can dwell in, imaginatively.
The song that Cinderella sings in the attic, which helps the prince to rescue her!
An easy melody to sing, this piano arrangement makes the melody sound elegant.
Several keys are available.
This is is beautiful traditional song from Scotland.
A sad love song, with a battle reference.
Guitar tabs on this page, as well as a super-easy beginner arrangement, and a lovely piano accompaniment for vocalists.
This sheet is showing the arrangement with chord INVERSIONS, which require SKILL.
A sheet with the root position chords, however, is what I start students with in the Louie Louie Wannabe exercises (that is also on this page!).
Several arrangements here.
A couple using blocked chords, and a couple using broken chords.
Did you know there are several melodies for this energetic tune?
Check them out!
From Ireland, this is a moving patriotic song.
Very lovely - you may find a tear in your eye.
A short version of this pretty arrangement.
Not just a repetitious pattern - there are some unexpected notes in the left hand.
This is a much longer arrangement of this beautiful music by Smetana.
It begins with the famous "trickling streams of water" theme.
The famous song that stayed popular FOREVER.
This is a fun song for kids, with silly words.
A little-known folk tune with a sad story, and a pretty melody.
This is the real thing!
Shown here is page two of the arrangement, with a watermark on the image.
This is a beautiful and satisfying arrangement, suitable for students who are beginning to understand chord inversions, and who can play extended broken chords in the left hand.
A sweet song, just a bit melancholy, with a definite feeling of cowboy country.
A lovely Japanese folk song.
A vocal piece with a piano accompaniment made of beautiful long broken chords.
Sleepsong - No image with this music, because it is not mine to give! But I can direct you to where you can find this amazing piece of music.
An unusually pretty and sparkling piece, with energy and drive.
Hear this piano arrangement in a video!
Exciting lyrics and an energetic melody make this a FUN song to sing!
This song has a driving rhythm, and not too many difficulties.
Alternate lyrics, for those who prefer not to sing about drunken sailors!
One of my favorite songs of all time.
A patriotic song about a young girl who bravely faces an enemy soldier.
Thank you so much for all the information and materials! Your site is very thorough and well organized!
I am a piano teacher in New Orleans, LA and in the process of putting together my own curriculum and recordings. You have inspired me to make my materials available to all online!
I recently purchased your arrangement of The Moldau (a longtime favorite of mine).
I wasn't sure if any of my students would be interested in it, but to my amazement 3 of my students LOVE it. Thank you so much for making your great arrangement.